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How to split page in desktop version?

Hi,

 

Recently I noticed in one of the blog that in the desktop version of Power BI someone was able to split the pages into two or more. I was wondering how to do that. Can anyone please tell me how to segment the page like this in destop version itself?

 

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Anonymous
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Hi Lydia,

 

Thanks for sharing me these links. It is helpful.

 

After posting my question, I was exploring and finally found out how to modify the layout of desktop version. It appears that there are few online template that can be directly imported into power bi and then we can simply add our tiles over that.

 

Link to download online templates : "https://powerbi.tips/layouts/". 

 

Alternatively, one can also create his own templates using normal Powerpoint slides. Just by adding normal shapes in a slide and then save them as pictures, which you can eventually import as image into power bi and select those images as backward image under format option. This will serve as a new template.

 

Good learning, and happy to share!!

 

Regards,

PKR

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v-yuezhe-msft
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@Anonymous,

Please take a look at the following video and article.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mtig3rmIUe0
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-gridlines-snap-to-grid


Regards,
Lydia

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Anonymous
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Hi Lydia,

 

Thanks for sharing me these links. It is helpful.

 

After posting my question, I was exploring and finally found out how to modify the layout of desktop version. It appears that there are few online template that can be directly imported into power bi and then we can simply add our tiles over that.

 

Link to download online templates : "https://powerbi.tips/layouts/". 

 

Alternatively, one can also create his own templates using normal Powerpoint slides. Just by adding normal shapes in a slide and then save them as pictures, which you can eventually import as image into power bi and select those images as backward image under format option. This will serve as a new template.

 

Good learning, and happy to share!!

 

Regards,

PKR

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